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Having replaced the printer cartridges with items from cartridge world, the levels are now showing low. Is there a reset procedure I can use to get the levels back?

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Yes... every printer has and the steps varies on each brand... try searching in the Internet
sample: "Canon 1980 Reset steps" if your printer is Canon 1980 . Goodluck

Posted on May 17, 2011

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How to read ink levels in an epson nx110


All Epson printers (well, the ink ones) have a small utility built-in called the STATUS MONITOR. If you click on the MAINTENANCE tabbed page in the Properties, you can start this just by clicking on the item. It will show the ink levels. Normally, this status monitor should start up whenever you print - with an option to show the ink levels, as they do not auto appear when printing, compared to the option shown above. Note that the monitor does NOT actually shown the real ink levels as the chips on the cartridges and the internal electronics within the printer simply work on the number of prints made - so often when showing empty - there will in fact be ink left unused inside the cartridges. For this reason alone, worth your while getting some refillable cartridges and bulk ink (normally in 100ml bottles - so you would get equivalent about 10+ refills and save lots of hard earned dosh!) but you would also need an inexpensive chip resetter. My advice is get the refillables with ink (most compatible inks are as good as - some better - than Epson's own expensive original cartridge inks) and when one cartridge shows requires replacing, you remove all the cartridges, fill them all, reset the chips and replace - that way you show all as full and on ly have one cleaning cycle - thus also saving lots of ink normally wasted when replacing one cartridge - each requiring a cleaning cycle and loss of other inks. I have no idea where in the World you live so cannot recommend a supplier - just use ebay.com or amazon.com to find suitable suppliers convenient to yourself.

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Reset ink cartridge


Unfortunately you can't....

The ink level indicator cannot be manually re-set in the newer HP, Lexmark or Dell integrated ink cartridges, thus making it not usable. The OEMs all leverage 'fusible links' in the nozzle plate (internal to base of ink cartridge) which physically blows the resistors as the original ink is consumed...thus resetting the ink cartridge's ink level monitoring capability is simply not possible. The ink tracking feature is only available with a brand new ink cartridge.

However, losing this feature is not necessarily significant, because the ink level indicator usually has 20%-30% ink remaining when it shows "low on ink". Therefore, the warning has limited value, because customers who prematurely replace their cartridges when they see the "low ink" message are wasting a lot of residual ink.

Refer to any of the following videos which cover this 'low ink' subject in detail:
http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=396 (HP 60/61 Low Ink)
http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=517 (HP 74/75 Low Ink)
http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=598 (HP 901 Low Ink)
http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1261 (HP 92-99 Nuisance Messages)

For information on North American ink refill services at a major retailer near you (should you wish to save ~50% on ink costs), general printing problem resolutions or advanced HP printer diagnosis procedures (advanced cartridge diagnostic tests/cartridge error bypass & printer reset methods, etc.), please visit Inkjet411: http://www.inkjet411.com

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Refilled Canon PIXMA MP830 and still get ink levels are low! how do you reset levels


Whoever filled this cartridge for you did not reset the chip. I own a Cartridge World ink refilling store and our chip resetter was about $100. I would not purchase from that particular refiller again because they have displayed a lack of knowledge about their product. If you buy from Cartridge World, they always reset the chips for you.

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I just had my cartridges refilled but my printer still says low ink i used my old cartridges from dell how can i get my 926 printer to work with the refilled cartridges it will not print.


With this type of cartridge your printer will always think refills have low ink. This is because the electronics on the cartridge cannot be reset to tell the printer it is full of ink. However you should still be able to print and just ignore the ink levels. I think the problem you are having is that the electronics on your cartridge are no longer functioning. Unfortunately there is no way to fix this problem. I know you can buy refills from Cartridge World stores, but I don't know about other retailers.

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Replaced black ink #8 with refilled cartridge from Cartridge World. Can't get message "In has run out" to go away, despite holding down the Stop/Reset button for over 5 seconds. Advice?


Just press and hold Stop/Reset (inverted triangle in a circle) button for five seconds.This is because there is a memory chip in this cartridges and this chip shows the ink level.In your case the chip is not restarted.Pressing and holding the Stop/Reset button will releases the function for detecting the remaining ink level of the above ink.The printer shows empty cartridges but it will printing.

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I just refilled my HP6500 ink cartridge 920. The ink level indicator still shows a low level of ink. How do I reset the ink indicator.


There is no way to reset the ink levels on this cartridge type yet. Any replacement chips on the internet are violating patent law. Once the chip tells the printer it is empty it will not print no matter how much ink is left in it. There is always a lag time between the introduction of a new cartridge type and the ability to fill it properly. For refills I would recommend Cartridge World when this cartridge type can be refilled.

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Replaced ink cartridge and it still says low ink


There is no way to reset the ink levels on this type of cartridge. Therefore, your printer will always think refills are empty. You can choose on the dialogue box to "ignore ink levels" and run the cartridge until it is empty. This is just one thing you will need to deal with on refills of this cartridge type.

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Ink low/empty errors.


Some of the ink sellers have the chips available for purchase. You just have to make sure you get a new chip with your new inks...

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Refill cartridges - need to reset ink level monitors


I must tell you that Dell uses sensors in the ink cartridges and the printer. So one the ink cartridges is low on ink, sensor on ink cartridges will show as low and if you get it refilled, there is no way to reset the sensor to full since Dell does not want customers to use Refilled ink cartridges. However if you are looking for Low cost ink cartridges they I would suggest you to purchase Standard Capacity ink cartridges from www.dell.com/supplies. they are almost half the price for hi capacity ink cartridges.

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Dell's proprietary grip on its printers causes this message to appear with any non-Dell or refilled cartridge. The messages/ink filled levels will only be reset if you buy a new Dell ink cartridge or have a way to update their encoding strip.

The good news is that you can still use refilled cartridges just minimize the level warnings to the task bar and ignore them when they come up. Everything should still print fine.

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